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♪ ♪ ♪ captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> glenn: tonight, we're going to do something a little different. we have teenagers from 13 to 19 years old. everybody goes to school. yes. tough questions like that for the rest of the hour. we're going to find out what teenagers know, what they think. what they have learned about the constitution. about the declaration of independence, what they learn in school and on the program. who learned anything from the program that you -- one, good. how many learns something from the program that you went back and said it can't be true. it can't be true. quite a few of you. how many watched the program and went back to the teacher at school can and challenged them? good! good! ashley, what is the thing that you learned from this show? >> you had the list of the goals of the communist party and how many of them had come true. >> surprising, wasn't it? >> yeah. >> i found it ten years ago and looked at it and not all of them have been completed. now it seems like so many are. joe? >> i learn on your show that thomas jefferson signed a lot
. ♪ >> glenn: we are less than 24 hours away from standing in front of that great building. the lincoln memorial. tomorrow. hello, america. i'm going to give you a little preview of something that is going to happen kind of at the kennedy center tonight. they're now at the kennedy center getting ready. those who will join me on stage, but we'll talk a little bit about it tonight. on this program we talked about the black robe brigade, preachers in colonial america. they were called that because they wore black robes. that's what they robe when they were preaching. the british didn't really like the preachers in america. they placed the entire blame for the american revolution on the preachers and said if it wasn't for the preachers, the people in america would be one big happy british family. when they went to america, they started going after churches and preachers and burned them down to the ground from new york, to new jersey, to virginia. that's if you were lucky. other churches were burned down with people boarded inside. the preachers. if you were caught, you were most likely kill
>> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program." reading through the news of the day and more and more of it is starting to sound like characters from "charlie brown." you know what i mean? all you hear is mumbling. nothing seems to be changing. the border, the news today, 72, 72 central and south american migrants on a ranch. just south of the u.s. border killed. how about individual liberties? the ninth u.s. circuit of appeal says the government can trespass on your property to place a tracking device on your car without a warrant and track your comings and goings. joe biden is campaigning about the wonder of the recovery act and excited to spend more taxpayers money we don't have. a new poll out saying voters trust republicans on more than all the ten key issues. you have to be kidding me. really? why? when has switching the "r" and the "d" ever changed a darn thing? that is not the answer, gang. tonight, i'll show you what i believe the answer is. c'mon, we've got work to do. ♪ ♪ >> glenn: hello, america. i saw the headline today on the drudge report. and the reality o
of into this rabbit hole that is now called the glenn beck program, a senior fellow at the council of foreign relations which is evil and a contributing writer to a new booked "why coolidge matters," and writing a new one on coolidge just called "coolidge." right? >> yes. >> why the heck would anyone care about coolidge? >> every politician who wants to obtain office says they will do four or five things: cut taxes, reduce waste in government, cut the debt and i will bring you prosperity and everything will have a job and there will be no inflation and they infer do -- never do it. we fall for it and they never do it. and coolidge did all of those things. and then the historians and the pundits say, he was in office for six years and didn't do a dam thing. >>glenn: that's his highlight. he did a lot but it was in reducing government, not going to save anybody. >>guest: that's right. i call him the great refrainer because he was the opposite of a modern president. when he saw trouble he refrained and stood back and said, therefore, things may get better if someone stays out of the way. what a
>> glenn: welcome to washington, d.c., and the "glenn beck program." more news from the border today. in san juan, texas, a 19-year-old teenage girl was kidnapped and taken back in to mexico. the kidnappers then repeatedly called the victim's family to demand ransom money. when it became clear they weren't able to pay the ransom, what did they do? they just dumped her and left her for dead. if that is not pleasant enough, no one in mexico who came across the stranded victim offered any help. no one. that is what is going on in the border today. don't worry. we have elections coming up and there will be new blood in washington now. have you heard of the new guy? john mccain. yeah, unlike the last john mccain, this one has promised to build the dang fence. he's tough on amnesty. in fact, he is not for amnesty. that's the old john mccain. the new john mccain is now for regularizing illegal immigrants. which is totally different somehow i'm pretty sure. ♪ ♪ >> hello, america. we are from washington, d.c., where this saturday, we will be gathered here at the feet of the lincoln
>> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program." now i hate to rain on the recovery summer parade, but the fed is doing exactly what they said they wouldn't do and we told you they would. monotize the debt. this is very bad. and we've got a lot of heat in the last year-and-a-half telling you they would do it. and they keep correcting us, saying they wouldn't. in fact, start at the beginning. here is ben bernanke promising they would never monotize the debt. >> will the federal reserve monotize the debt? >> the federal reserve will not monotize the debt. >> glenn: what does that mean? it means we won't buy our own debt. the fed has come out today and announced that they are buying up our debt. but only to prop up the housing market. this is really, really bad. good to see your word is your bond, ben bernanke. and in completely unrelated news, the federal reserve is also downgrading the u.s. economic outlook in the summer of recovery. that's sweet recovery action right there, isn't it? but don't worry, all is not bad. now i don't know about you but i notice that michelle was cutting
governor dave heineman on core issues on f.b.n. >> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program." i want to start with audio from the wife of the ground zero imam, feisal abdul rauf. her name is daisy kahn. here is what she said on tv this weekend about the opponents of the ground zero mosque. watch. >> we are deeply concerned because this is metastasised sentiments. it's not islamphobia. it's hate of muslims. >> glenn: let me see if i have it right. anyone opposed to building the mosque is just pure hatred of muslims. it has nothing to do with a few questions like where is the money coming from to build this mosque? who is involved in this mosque? and where is her husband right now? where is he? he's going around the world on your taxpayer dime, doing outreach to muslim countries. basically, his job is to tell everyone how wonderful america is. may i ask a question? am i the only man in america who is married to a woman where we'd have these conversations? how is it possible when his wife is saying that this is all hatred against muslims in america? can someone ask a common sense questi
services, inc >> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program" and a special welcome to those watching at the hillary clinton/george soros created media matters headquarters in washington, d.c. i'm talking to you. i want to congratulate everybody on media matters on the totally awesome job you're doing. like the report you had the other day calling me a hypocrite for questioning the ground zero imam feisal abdul rauf because as you noted in the press release earlier this week, i appeared to call rauf a good muslim in 2006. and your evidence, i must say, was overwhelming. >> let me talk about glenn beck, because imam rauf said it's a group of people, not him, this is a group of people. >> sure. sure. >> glenn: that was it. media matters also showed the damning evidence that i appeared to gesture toward rauf when i was saying, you know, good muslims. bravo. i couldn't have gotten away from it if it weren't for the pesky kids. i'm obviously complete b.f.f. with feisal. seriously. speaking of "pesky," facts sometimes are pesky, media matters. especially when you work where you work getting
>> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program." kids of america, celebrate. democrats have saved the day. avoided education cuts. and passed yet another bail-out that we can't pay for. all for you, the little tykes. don't worry. because there's more coming. this is great. george soros, his think tank that runs the entire country now, the center for american progress, they have something called education transformation. doing what works in education reform. we have to watch what we're spending. i think we all agree on that, right? we all have to, we all have to look at what we're spending. here is what is in the report. programs recommended for elimination. programs recommended for elimination. small niche programs. low impact programs. such as -- academy for american history and civics, which provide workshops on american history. that must go. and we the people. this niche program is earmark grant for civic education to instruct students on the u.s. constitution and the bill of rights. why would we need that niche program? excellence and economic education that teaches financial
-offensive interesting. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> glenn: hello, america. something happened on saturday and i told you that it would. i told you expect miracles. and what is happening is miraculous! it wasn't the speeches. it was you. it was the people there. i said on my radio program earlier today, i don't think you know it yet. but you have won. the truth is like a fire. i told you, you've got to stand in the blaze of truth. and everything else will burn around you. when you are living your life in lies, eventually they all come undone. trust me as a guy who lived half my life is lies. i know. it ain't pretty when it comes undone. i said for a long time, there is no need to hate. there is no need to get angry. sometimes you do. sometimes i do. the people who are trying to destroy our country through lies and force are not enemies of yours or mine. they are enemies of the freedom of man. the ultimate truth that man is meant to be free and govern himself, that all the rights come from god, not from government. but that truth is being buried and distorted again today. but don't worry. you've already won. on saturda
>> glenn: thank you, lord obama. he saved us from the pit of eternal damnation. how? stimulus package. we're learning new details about where the tax money is being spent. it's fantastic. only $545,763 to replace buildings on a government building that closed two years ago. then we spent $762,372 for dance software. like dance tube. you know, like youtube exce except -- three-quarter of a billion dollars on that. $1.2 million to convert aban danned train station into a museum. and then $1.9 million to study exotic ants. exotic ants. are those like ants that used to live in kenya and nuck in the country and now live in boston? no. those are the little ants i guess. then the sidewalk to nowhere. $89,298 to replace this quarter-mile stretch of sidewalk that was only five years old. uh-huh. by the way, that sidewalk ends in a ditch in oklahoma. that's the plan to save america. i feel saved already! thank you, jesus! they call sarah palin stupid, but this is okay. let me tell you something, at least sarah palin has never spent $2 million on ants. ♪ ♪ >> glenn: you know it's goi
will correct the mistakes. >> okay. back in a second. . >> glenn: okay. back in a second.   >> glenn: hello, america. back with david b back with david barton of wall the audience of teenagers and we're talking about the difference between a republicnd and democracy. in a minute i want to show you this. 1954. air force training manual.t's you will not believe what we used to teach.i w we'll do it in a second.1832 this is from -- >> 1842, published school >> gle textboon th by websted hthis >> he? this --book. >> a school textbook. >>>> he's called the school master to americ1 one one of the t. why iee mostee significant american educators.constitution he is responsible for constitutional language. >> glenn: i want to show what it says here.>> gle the brief exh stition of the hen constitution of the united will states will unfold to young persons the princck republi republican g serwill ent and the sincere desire of the writer that the citmoriens should early understand that the prinp gelenuine source of the republican principles is the e w b stle, pa6 icularly the n n
host glenn beck. he's holding this, many are saying, controversial rally in washington, d.c. today. beautiful washington monument there. perfect day for a rally, i'm told, in d.c., and it's being held, the historic steps of the lincoln mel moral. that very same spot where dr. king gave than "i have a dream" speech 47 years ago today. as i mentioned, at the same time, this counterdemonstration is being held just a couple of miles away by civil rights leaders. team coverage of the event. cnn's kate bolduan joins me live from becks rally and our political director paul steinhauser and as i mentioned a couple blocks away, sara lee at the counterdemonstration. i begin with kate in the thick of things. if i can peer over your shoulder, looks like it's fairly crowded already. this thing is getting started right now. kate, have you talked to people? what are you crowds like there? >> reporter: yeah. we have talked to people this morning. let me first give you a lay of the land, brooke what you're looking at. behind me, the lincoln memorial. crowds gathered here. the portion of the crowd yo
services, inc >> glenn: hello, welcome to the monday edition of the "glenn beck program." i don't know about you but i was on pins and needles last week. i was putting my life on hold, waiting with baited breath to find out what the president had to say about the ground zero mosque. well, he finally told us, and i didn't know this at all. he finally said that muslims had a constitutional right to build the mosque. well, when questioned about the crazy response, he said this -- >> in this country, we treat everybody equally. in accordance with the law. regardless of race, regardless of religion. i was not commenting and i will not comment on the wisdom of making a decision to put a mosque there. >> glenn: see, i don't know about you but i feel so enlightened. i didn't know this idea that americans were profreedom of religion. you know it's times like these i'm glad we have such a fan of the constitution in the white house to remind us simpletons of the brilliance of our founding fathers. can you even imagine what it would be like if we had a president that, you know, i don't know. thoug
services, inc >> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program." rumors, there could be blog in the next hour. pins and needle. i can't wait. ground zero mosque debate continues. you'll be shocked! shocked i tell you to see who agrees with the president of the united states. oh, no, it's good. i got a ton of mail last night, saying glenn, why are you giving up, talking about god like it's the only answer. because it is. i'm not giving up. i would like to address that concern tonight. it says something about us. plus, the latest on the border. yeah. more border patrol agents are making a tragic choice. gee, i wonder is it because the violence is getting worse and can we stop it? now, here is what they said, the left, when i said there would be death panels? no! yeah. death panels. did they come with a much friendlier name than death panel? yes. time to tell the story of america tonight. c'mon, let's go! ♪ ♪ >> glenn: they never call. they never write. they never call. don't you love me, barack? hello, america. i have a special treat for those of you who really, really want that ground zero
are warning about a new wave of bad news bears. >>> glenn beck is staujing a massive rally in washington this weekend, brazenly tied to martin luther king jr.'s famous march, an dr. king's niece will join him. is this man really america's new civil rights hero? >>> and, big easy blues the ugly crimes committed by new orleans police in the aftermath of hurricane katrina, and the new top cop brought into a city still gripped by scandal and violence. can he make it right? >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," august 27th, 2010. >> a camper killed in his tent, a hiker mauled near yellowstone and a grizzly handler killed in ohio. and there's rocky, the who killed a trainer in 2008. we called to rocky's handler, who explains what sets these animals off. we want you to be forewarned that our report includes material that some viewer may find disturbing. brian rooney has the report. >> reporter: this is animal trainer randy miller, with his 7-year-old grizzly bear rocky. >> good. >> reporter: r
>> glenn: welcome to the program. oh, how far we have come as a nation. let me ask you a question. who are we as people? who are we? the new answer democratic activist and representative candidate keith hollerin said this right after the tragic plane crash that killed ted stevens. he posted on facebook, "i just wish sarah and levy were on board." people died on that plane. sarah and levy were not on it. but apparently shame was. ♪ ♪ >> glenn: hello, america. i'm so glad you're here. i want to thank you for watching. we are in an amazing and historic place in time in our country. in a time where we have to be better than who we were yesterday. and man, that's hard. that is hard to do. i ask that you join me here every night and help each other out. we're in for tough times. i want to talk to you tonight about where we're headed. and i hope i'm wrong. but a couple of things that came out of the news in the last couple of weeks that are connecting for me in my head. it makes me nervous. start in atlanta. there was quite an amazing scene outside of atlanta yesterday. the small sub
'reilly factor" is on. tonight. >> it does not end here it is now up to us. >> glenn beck, glenn beck, glenn beck. >> bill: glenn beck stuns the nation by attracting hundreds of thousands of people to washington on saturday. despite the media and some civil rights activists lining up against him. >> they want to disgrace this day. this is our day and we ain't giving it away. >> bill: we will talk with glenn beck and with the reverend al sharpton. >> let's stand together. let's stand with honor and let's restore america. [cheers and applause] >> bill: the political implications of the beck rally are huge. charles krauthammer, juan williams, and mary katharine ham will all analyze. >> i think glenn beck has got a few things the matter with him up in the head. >> bill: bernie goldberg will weigh in on how the media distorted and shamed itself in the coverage of the washington rally. caution, you where to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. big victory for glenn beck. that is the subject of this evening's talking poi
glenn beck and sarah palin. that was fltd by another rally of civil rights leaders. i'm jeff glor. also tonight, katrina five years later. new orleans rebuilds homes and storm barriers while some officials rerebuild their reputations. bucked eye battlefield. what the contest in one district in one state means for the midterm elections. and fast times in laguna beach. the latest crazy in california is speed boarding. >> just try to take corners as fast as we can. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with jeff glor. >> glor: good evening. we begin tonight with two rallies in washington, and while neither was billed as political they mark two sides of a deep political divide. at the lincoln memorial, tens of thousands gathered to hear tea party favorites glenn beck and sarah palin. across town, civil rights lead leaders led by the reverend al sharpton held their own gathering. wrapping up the events tonight, nancy cordes in washington. nancy, good evening. >> reporter: jeff, good evening. according to a tally commissioned by cbs news, roughly 87,000 people gathered h
turnout by warning their troops what glenn beck and his tea party crowd have up their sleeves. speaking of beck, how about the obscenity or insanity of him saying he want to regain american honor by hijacking the anniversary of martin luther king's "i have a dream" speech on the washington mall itself, right in front of lincoln's memorial. he's comparing the importance of his rally to the moon landing. rosa park, the wright brothers. honestly, i wouldn't have thought of those connections myself. >>> and a mississippi middle school has insisted on deciding which elected class positions can be held by black students and which can be held by white students. for instance, the president of every class must be, you guessed it, white. the school board quickly changed its policy just this afternoon once the media got hold of the story. it turns out this policy is not so rare, as you might think, in states like mississippi. more to come. >>> plus, katrina. five years later. we're still learning more about the chaos and the violence down there in the days after the storm. we're going to go down t
>> yes! >> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program." my sister called me last night. she told me that she thinks the cause of my macular distrophy, slowing making me go blind is blood shooting out of my eyes. i hope she is not right. because after tonight, not only will you have blood shooting out of our eyes, but at the end of the hour i may be completely blind. a lot to cover tonight. let's go! ♪ ♪ >> glenn: hello, america. we've been doing our homework today. in the time tunnel. i want to start today, because i want to talk about the arrogance in washington. and try to tie it together so you understand where it leads. where it always leads. where it comes from. but i want to start here with a phrase i think is the quintessential american ideal. it's this phrase: "all men are created equal." do you believe that? now we can have the argument we've never really achieved that. i would agree. even in the golden era, i think was the american revolution, we never achieved that. never. we never have. but we tried to. kind of like if you are a christian, you try to be more like jes
do we need that? do we need that? tonight. captioned by closed captioning services, inc >> glenn: welcome to the "glenn beck program." tonight, tonight i'm going to tell you about a civilization that i don't think you've ever heard of. if i told you that the great pyramids of gisa were in ohio, you'd go there he goes again, the crazy guy on tv. if i told you one of the greatest civilizations as advanced of egypt or rome was in st. louis, i could offer you a million bucks right now and you'd feel pretty good, be like i'm going be a millionaire. in a half hour, i don't think you'll take that bet. c'mon, a lot to do tonight! ♪ ♪ >> glenn: hello, america. tonight in the next three nights i want you to d.v.r. this program. there is a lot to do and a lot of stuff to learn. we are finding it in a whole bunch of really old dusty books. this is smithsonian report from 1885 we're going to talk about tonight. this is from 1882. history that has been completely lost or erased. why would i spend an hour on a news network to share this with you? if we don't understand our past, we'll never
you for watching. good night. >> geraldo: live and at large, it was huge. love glenn beck or hate him there is no denying that the fox news host accomplished something extraordinary today in washington, d.c. on a hot august afternoon he summoned like minded conservatives to the nation's capitol and despite the doubts and criticism and even fears of violence a last and peaceful crowd showed up and numbered in the low hundreds of thousands and despite the avowedly nonpolitical nature of occasion and whether or not they identify with the tea parties kortright wing of the political party or choose to align themselves with mr. beck they feel part of what is now the most potent political force in the country. welcome to this special edition of the program. i'm geraldo rivera. over the course of the next hour you will see large portions of an event that for various reasons was i think as underreported today as it was underestimated earlier. here is what is probably the largest private march since the million man march on washington. >> hello, america! i have just gotten word from the med
is hosted by conservative commentator glenn beck. the other on the left side, just getting started. this is being hosted by civil rights activist al sharpton also naacp. we are keeping track of both of these rallies. we'll have coverage on both straight ahead. >>> first, caught up on the stories this hour. watching the weather with us. forecasters are watching two big storms brewing out there in the atlantic. first one, hurricane danielle. expected to skirt bermuda as it heads north. the u.s. east coast should possibly be seeing high waves and dangerous surf as a result. earl could become a hurricane later today right now they say just too early to tell exactly where earl is heading. >>> also, of course, this weekend significant talking about hurricanes. this year five years ago when hurricane katrina slammed into the u.s.' gulf coast totally devastating the region. more than 1,700 people died. thousands of homes totally destroyed along with the levees all around the city of new orleans. all weekend long, we're revise itting people and places we encountered in those terrifying and
. many customers including those here don't see it the same way. at glenn way gardens, 214 condos lost power in all three summer storms for days. each time one of the last to get power restored. >> we frequently are without power. >> reporter: she wanted answers from pepco but got excuses. >> i think montgomery county rate payers deserve better. we all deserve better. >> i know this sounds like an old story to some people but 90% of the outages were caused by trees and limbs. >> reporter: then came the stunning revelation that the frequency of outages ranked them worse in maryland and the bottom quarter nationwide. the duration is longer than most of the nation, too, falling in the bottom half. >> as a former math teacher, that is like a d rating, 25th percentile or less. >> pepco says it's making an effort to improve and plans to accelerate efforts to rerote lines, trim trees and bury power lines underground. some montgomery county lawmakers say pepco should be penalized if it doesn't meet certain reliability standards. >> a penalty associated with that going to encourage us to do bet
on now. in washington this weekend, two big rallies, one hosted by glenn beck at the lincoln memorial on the anniversary of martin luther king's i have a dream speech. al sharpton's rally will be steps away from the mlk memorial. live at the national mall with the story is john henrehan. >> reporter: i'm at the lincoln memorial, wisdom, where maybe 2,000 people have already assembled. these people are spending the night in order to be close to glenn beck's restoring honor rally at the lincoln memorial saturday morning. i've asked a couple people from the crowd to come explain why they're here. national park service says you can't camp here but if they stay awake, they're allowed to stay. i just want to know, why have you come to washington d.c. for this? >> i've come a very faithful avid glenn beck watcher, and i truly believe that he is right on with what he is doing. he's trying to restore honor back to the united states, and i am very very passionate about having our country go back to the way it was with our founding fathers, with the constitution, and that's why i'm here. i want
on where they're headed. >>> and rally uproar. glenn beck holds his controversial ral listen oi the washington mall this morning. and there will be counterprotests by people who say he's trying to hijack the day from martin luther king. >> you will go to jail. that is aimed directly at kyron horman's stepmother. >>> and five years back. this weekend is the anniversary of hurricane katrina. we're there with stories of resilience and rebirth and the music that's helped keep the region going. >>> and it was that long ago. it's still so vivid in all of our minds here, throughout the country. katrina crashing ashore. this weekend, vigils, memorials and a visit from president obama, as the people of the gulf coast remember the fury of the storm we'd all like to forget. our bob woodruff is in new orleans, with a look at what is happening here five long years later. ron, it's good to see you on this side of the table. >> same game, different scene. >>> also in the news, a rough week for the economy, topped off on friday, with a grim report that's growing at a much slower pace than we th
to have something of a jealous streak. glenn heard he had been out at a bar in town. >> reporter: this drove him crazy. >> advertising her name in single status. >> reporter: so why not use his beloved airplane to run enough drugs to allow him to pay off betty instead of killing her? >> reporter: bunt sandler wasn't buying it. he wanted her dead. >> reporter: what's sandler's big secret, the one he couldn't afford to have betty revealed? >> from a business they owned together, cash-type business. he was concerned she was going to be able to testify to a large amounts of income that wrptd being taxed on. . >> reporter: was that a reason to kill? still fred held off. giving sandler every possible chance to change his mind. reveal some darker source for his murderous attempt. >> wanted to make sure that was what he wanted to do. is there a co-conspirator pushing him to do this? was there something on the outside, a girlfriend telling him he had to do because she was tired of it? >> reporter: coming up, zblaendsler gets the news he wants to hear. and his wife gets the truth. >> told
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